Former Man Utd striker reveals who to blame for Manchester United’s struggles. It’s not Rangnick, Maguire or Ronaldo

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Former Manchester United striker Diego Forlan has blamed Manchester United owners the Glazer family for Manchester United’s fall from dominance. 

Speaking to El Pais before United were dumped out of the Champions League by Atletico Madrid, Forlan said: “I’m speaking from the outside, but with the change of ownership, the objectives seem to be different.

“In that United team, there were a lot of home-grown players. That, with the good players there were, increased the quality and gave an identity that made a difference.

“Today, there are not so many home-grown players, also because there is a lot of competition in the scouting of young players. The surrounding clubs have grown.

“In my time there was only Arsenal. Now there are (Man) City, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Liverpool have re-emerged.”

6 Comments on "Former Man Utd striker reveals who to blame for Manchester United’s struggles. It’s not Rangnick, Maguire or Ronaldo"

  1. Muhammad Jamil Ibrahim | March 18, 2022 at 9:27 am |

    I’m a fan to man u since when im a child this is the wost time i see United @ from the players to the management

  2. The problem it’s within the board members.
    My opinion about the appointment of the new manager they should appoint Ajak coach

  3. It pains me when man United are loosing like they are not world class players.
    Utd board they have to bring a rough coach like sir Alex, if the want to bring the glory back.

  4. I’ve always said that coaching hasn’t been the problem. It’s been the board’s self interest instead of the ManU FC glory. Players commitment calls to question as some are simply unfits and misfits, eg womanguire (maguire), pogba, shaw, Bailey, Jones, etc.
    Glazers OUT!

  5. Many players are not satisfied to play for the club

  6. Kyalisiima William | March 20, 2022 at 4:52 pm |

    Most player in Man Utd don’t have team heart.

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